Cardi B Reveals She Wrote Her “Big Paper” Record For DJ Khaled’s Album In Less Than 48 Hours

Once summer comes around, we can always depend on DJ Khaled to put some bangers out! His Khaled Khaled album just dropped and the project includes a list of some of the biggest artists in the game including Lil Wayne, Lil Baby, Megan Thee Stallion and Cardi B.

After the success of Cardi’s single ‘Up’, fans have been waiting to hear some more bars from her and her feature on Khaled’s “Big Paper” definitely has people talking.

Cardi took to Instagram live to talk about her verse, and explained that she had to write the verse and have it mixed and mastered in under 48 hours!

“Literally, I didn’t [think] I was gonna make the record, I didn’t [think[ I was gonna make it because I got the beat before yesterday…and yes I wrote the record,” she said. “And I was just like brainstorming, like what the f*ck.”

She also spoke about her heavy accent and how her pronunciation of words has become an insecurity of hers since becoming a rapper.

One thing I’ve been very insecure about is my accent, I have a really big accent, and my pronunciation,” Cardi said. “So I was making sure that everything was mixed right. Literally I think Khaled got the record today and he got it mastered and everything.”

Despite the time crunch, Cardi made it on the album, and it looks like DJ Khaled is proud of the finished product.

How do y’all feel about Cardi’s record, Roomies? Let us know in the comments!

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